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Kurt E Ingeman
Kurt E Ingeman
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Linfield University
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Lionfish cause increased mortality rates and drive local extirpation of native prey
KE Ingeman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 558, 235-245, 2016
612016
Ocean recoveries for tomorrow’s Earth: Hitting a moving target
KE Ingeman, JF Samhouri, AC Stier
Science 363 (6425), eaav1004, 2019
362019
Patterns and variation in benthic biodiversity in a large marine ecosystem
SE Piacenza, AK Barner, CE Benkwitt, KS Boersma, EB Cerny-Chipman, ...
PLoS One 10 (8), e0135135, 2015
342015
Is the lionfish invasion waning? Evidence from The Bahamas
CE Benkwitt, MA Albins, KL Buch, KE Ingeman, TL Kindinger, TJ Pusack, ...
Coral Reefs 36 (4), 1255-1261, 2017
292017
Native prey mortality increases but remains density-dependent following lionfish invasion
KE Ingeman, MS Webster
Marine Ecology Progress Series 531, 241-252, 2015
212015
Trait‐mediated foraging drives patterns of selective predation by native and invasive coral‐reef fishes
SJ Green, ER Dilley, CE Benkwitt, ACD Davis, KE Ingeman, TL Kindinger, ...
Ecosphere 10 (6), e02752, 2019
182019
Evaluating temporal consistency in marine biodiversity hotspots
SE Piacenza, LL Thurman, AK Barner, CE Benkwitt, KS Boersma, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0133301, 2015
132015
Ten simple rules for a successful remote postdoc
KR Burgio, CMD MacKenzie, SB Borrelle, SKM Ernest, JL Gill, ...
PLoS Computational Biology 16 (5), e1007809, 2020
102020
What does it mean to be for a Place?
SB Borrelle, JB Koch, CMD MacKenzie, KE Ingeman, BM McGill, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology, 2020
72020
Resolving differences in observed impacts of invasive lionfish and clarifying advice to managers
KE Ingeman, MA Albins, CE Benkwitt, SJ Green, TL Kindinger, LJ Tuttle, ...
PeerJ Preprints 5, e3455v1, 2017
52017
Glimmers of hope in large carnivore recoveries
KE Ingeman, LZ Zhao, C Wolf, DR Williams, AL Ritger, WJ Ripple, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-13, 2022
12022
Words are monuments: Patterns in US national park place names perpetuate settler colonial mythologies including white supremacy
BM McGill, SB Borrelle, GC Wu, KE Ingeman, JBU Koch, NB Barnd
People and Nature, 2022
12022
Effects of Predator Introductions on Population and Community Dynamics
KE Ingeman
12016
Protracted recovery of long-spined urchin (Diadema antillarum) in the Bahamas
TJ Pusack, CD Stallings, MA Albins, CE Benkwitt, KE Ingeman, ...
Coral Reefs, 1-6, 2022
2022
Effects of predator novelty on intraguild predation communities with adaptive prey defense
KE Ingeman, M Novak
Theoretical Ecology, 1-17, 2022
2022
Words are Monuments: Racism and Colonialism Conserved in Place Names
BM McGill, SB Borrelle, GC Wu, KE Ingeman, JB Koch, NB Barnd
SocArXiv, 2020
2020
Trait-based foraging as a means to predict strong interactions within invaded aquatic food webs
SJ Green, ER Dilley, CE Benkwitt, ACD Davis, KE Ingeman, TL Kindinger, ...
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
Predator novelty alters coexistence boundaries and modulates energy pathways in an intraguild predation system
KE Ingeman, M Novak, MA Hixon
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Invasive Lionfish: Threats and Solutions La Invasión del Pez León: Amenazas y Soluciones L’invasion de Lionfish: les Menaces et les Solutions
MA HIXON, MA ALBINS, CE BENKWITT, KE INGEMAN, T KINDINGER, ...
Spatiotemporal trends in marine biodiversity in the Northeast Pacific: Linking patterns to climate and fisheries management
SE Hilber, AK Barner, EB Cassandra, KS Boersma, EB Cerny-Chipman, ...
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